Author: Katie Pinzel

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“Gloria” review

The Theatre Department’s production of Gloria opened earlier this month at the Goldstein Theatre. Over the course of its 8-day engagement, the show threw the dangers of social isolation and tragedy commodification into stark relief. Visceral performances abounded and the painstakingly curated set forced the unreality of traumatic events to become real, if even for […]

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Margaret Atwood showcased for final Evening Readings of the semester

Margaret Atwood visited Queens College on Nov. 12 for the final installment of the fall 2013 Evening Reading Series. She read a passage from her latest book “MaddAddam” and was interviewed by Leonard Lopate. The audience got a sense of Atwood’s dynamic personality early into the reading when she described her informative, complimentary introduction by […]

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Norman Rush visits QC as part of the Evening Reading Series

Norman Rush visited Queens College on Oct. 8 to read the opening pages from his latest novel, “Subtle Bodies,” followed by an interview with Leonard Lopate. Rush began with a joke about the many compliments he received in the introduction by the series’ director, Joe Cuomo and by humbly thanking the crowd for attending the […]

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Evening Reading featuring Colum McCann

Colum McCann began his time on stage as part of the Evening Reading Series on Sept. 24, by complimenting the success and writers connected to the series, explaining that he is proud to be a part of the CUNY system as a professor at Hunter College. When reading excerpts from his latest novel, TransAtlantic, the […]

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Queens College ranks 37 on recent survey of graduates’ return on investment

Queens College ranked number 37 in terms of their return on investment, according to “Is College Worth it?” co-authored by former secretary of education, William J. Bennett and David Wilezol, which analyzed 3,500 colleges nationwide. ROI is calculated by dividing the return of an investment, in this case the salary of a job received after graduation, by […]

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